Woolloowin ResidenceTraditional Deck, Brisbane

Photo of a traditional backyard deck in Brisbane with a roof extension and an outdoor kitchen. —  Houzz
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Lucinda Shelley wrote:31 Jul. 2016
  • bigreader
    This is one of my all time fav rooms. I'd be interested in the approx dimensions also.
  • Amanda

    Yes, I would love to know the dimensions of this deck too. IT looks about 3m deep x 10m would that be right?


Sam Paakki wrote:2 Sep. 2018
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    Highgate House

    This table has been dicontinued unfortunaltely


elocingrace wrote:18 Mar. 2015
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    Highgate House
    Thank you for your question. All items are sourced specifically for each project and due to client confidentiality we are unable to supply that information.
pollywaffle201 wrote:14 Sep. 2014
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    Highgate House
    Hi and thank you for your question. All the cushions were custom made by Highgate House.
Ruth Fergusson wrote:13 Sep. 2014
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    Highgate House
    Hi Ruth, thank you for your question. This wicker set was sourced by Highgate House with custom upholstry
lmwright wrote:25 Oct. 2015
    KISCO PAINTING PTY LTD wrote:4 Nov. 2014

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      vanessalwalker
      Vanessa Walker added this to Best of the Week: 29 Coastal-Home Style Crushes5 Nov 2018

      24. Location: Brisbane, Queensland Designer: Highgate House Features: The best seats in seaside homes are usually outside.

      georgia4321
      Georgia Madden added this to Flow-On Effect: 16 Indoor-Outdoor Kitchens to Inspire18 May 2017

      7. Cosy upIf you’re looking to create a warm and inviting outdoor space, opting for traditional panelled kitchen cabinetry over a sleek, modern style can really help you set the tone. Boost the comfort factor further by adding in a cosy wicker sofa setting and a dining setting big enough to accommodate the whole family.

      samanthavanegmond
      Samantha van Egmond added this to 11 Staycation Tips to Borrow From a Resort17 Nov 2016

      7. Create an indoor/outdoor spaceHolidays usually mean spending plenty of time outdoors, but this isn’t always the case once you get back home. To create a carefree outdoor area you’ll want to spend time in, take some comfy cushions outside and place leafy pot plants indoors and out for a seamless transition.

      nicolamanningdesign
      Nicola Manning Design added this to Bring Indoor Style Outside in 5 Simple Steps29 Aug 2016

      While quality is always important when buying any furniture, it’s even more critical with outdoor furniture exposed to the extremes of sun, rain and wind. There have been huge advances in fabric technology, however, meaning you can leave upholstered pieces outside all year round. Outdoor fabrics now come in more than just plains, stripes or seaside geometrics, and being largely acrylic, are UV-, mildew- and stain-resistant, as well as durable and easy to keep clean.PRO TIP: Always specify an all-weather, quick-dry foam for your seat cushions, as it has a mesh bottom that allows the water to drain out. 11 tricks for cleaning outdoor furniture

      robin_braithwaite
      Robin Braithwaite added this to 10 Freshen-Up Ideas for September15 Aug 2016

      9. Take the indoors outNo matter the size of your outdoor area, spring is the time give more space to your living zones by taking some of the furniture and furnishings outside to a verandah or covered terrace.If you’re lucky enough to have lots of space, take your cue from your indoor areas to set up an outdoor chill zone to make the most of the beautiful spring weather. If it’s not under cover, fashion an easy shelter with a market umbrella or awning.A cafe table with chairs and some hanging pots and baskets is all you need for a small courtyard. Remember when you’re adding pots and baskets to group them in uneven numbers and varying sizes, to create interest. Hang lanterns, fairy lights and candles to set the mood in the evenings.

      inhowzer
      InHowzer added this to 13 Smart Ways to Minimise Sun Damage in Your Interiors26 Jul 2016

      9. Use indoor-outdoor fabric for upholsteryBy definition, indoor-outdoor fabric is a lot more durable and fade resistant than regular indoor fabric. The beauty of these synthetics is that UV-resistant pigments are mixed into the fibre before it’s woven into fabric, unlike regular fabric which is dyed after it’s woven. This process secures the colour, so that it can’t be faded by the sun. These days, indoor-outdoor fabric comes in a multitude of gorgeous colours and patterns, with some that are woven on jacquard looms to give the fabric the same soft hand-feel of a typical indoor fabric. Indoor-outdoor fabric will look as right at home in the living room as it does on the deck.Great indoor-outdoor furniture options

      bagnatoarchitects
      Bagnato Architecture & Interiors added this to 17 Outstanding Outdoor Rooms12 Mar 2015

      6. The outdoor living roomYou could be forgiven for thinking you were viewing a photo of a living room in a summer house, styled to reflect its location with the cool blues and whites of the ocean, when in fact, you are not inside the house at all. Rather, this photo was taken outside under a contemporary verandah, where leather or material upholstered chairs are substituted for a more outdoor-suitable material like wicker for the lounge suite, a durable outdoor timber table with stainless steel frame and chairs made of a plastic resin. Here, the interior designers have created the full outdoor experience with a built-in kitchen at one end and a central dining area and a place to sit at the other. Who says style has to be relegated to only the interior of the house?10 impressive indoor-outdoor living rooms

      joanna_tovia
      Joanna Tovia added this to The 2015 Best of Houzz Badges Are Here!18 Feb 2015

      The great Australian verandah prevailed in Brisbane. This outdoor living space was added to almost 30,000 ideabooks, helping it reach the top spot for most popular photo in Brisbane 2014 and earn a Houzz badge for Highgate House.

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      phuong35
      Phuong added this to Esther Ave: Design for back and side yards7 days ago

      Would the city allow us to build out a solid cover like this?

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